So, back in 1876, Alexander Graham Bell sent his first telephone message. I wonder what he would think of his invention today.
Alexander Graham Bell opens New York-Chicago phone line, 1892 A group of businessmen watch inventor Alexander Graham Bell as he opens the New York-Chicago telephone line, 16 years after he sent his first telephone message. Photo was probably taken in New York.
Or a Tripod for your Camera Phone:
How about the Nokia N91 multimedia phone can hold over 3,000 songs
And if the advances in telephone technology don't get you, how about A High-Tech Barbecue Thermometer
By ANDREW ZIPERN With the Grill Alert Talking Remote Thermometer, you just stick a stainless steel probe into your sizzling meat and wait for the remote thermometer to beep.
Now I need one of these.
As for the other toys, the Tripod looks cool as do the sunglasses, but I think I'll just try to learn how to use my current cell phone.